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- Alessandro Scoscia
July 19, 2003, 9:58 am
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I would like to use putty to connect to my redhat box and execute an
application. Putty solved a lot of my problem of colors and keyboard
I configured it very quickly and I fix my keyboard:
BackSpace key: Control-? (127)
The Home and End keys: standard
The function keys and keypad: linux
Initial state of cursor key: Normal
Initial state of numeric keypad: Normal
Enabled extra keyboard features: nothing marqued
All my ALT-key combinations and F? key works correctly.
Shift+F? doesn't work!
With termlite this Shift+F? worked, so I read output produced from
termlite and putty (with cat).
I would tranform this key combination:
Key actual putty termlite working
Shift+F1 from ^[[23~ to ^[[Y
Shift+F2 from ^[[24~ to ^[[Z
Shift+F3 from ^[[25~ to ^[[a
Shift+F4 from ^[[26~ to ^[[b
Shift+F5 from ^[[28~ to ^[[c
Shift+F6 from ^[[29~ to ^[[d
Shift+F7 from ^[[31~ to ^[[e
Shift+F8 from ^[[32~ to ^[[f
Shift+F9 from ^[[33~ to ^[[g
Shift+F10 from ^[[34~ to ^[[h
Shift+F11 from ^[[23~ to ^[[i
Shift+F12 from ^[[24~ to ^[[j
Can this be done? Why why putty replicate Shift+F11 and
Thank you in advance,
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